**Answer:**

x< 3/2 hope this helps <3

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Step 1: Simplify both sides of the inequality.

Step 2: Subtract x from both sides.

Step 3: Subtract 3/2 from both sides.

suppose that there were a positive correlation between the variables u and v. if v is 24 when u is 10, which of these is most likely to be the value of v when u is 20?

Answer: 48

Step-by-step explanation: I got it wrong and it said the correct answer was 48

This year, there were 25% fewer sunny days than last year. That’s my question.

If there were 25% fewer sunny days this year than last year, then there were 25% more sunny days last year than this year and the number of sunny days in the coming year is unknown.

Use Graphs A-D for Exercises 9-11. During the winter, the amount of water that flows

down a river remains at a low constant. In the spring, when the snow melts, the flow of

water increases drastically, until it decreases to a steady rate in the summer. The flow

then slowly decreases through the fall into the winter. Consider the graphs shown.

A.

B.

Water (gallons per second)

Water (gallons per second)

Season (winter-fall)

Season (winter-fall)

C.

D.

Water (gallons per second)

Water (gallons per second)

Season (winter-fall)

Season (winter-fall)

9. Which graph best represents the given situation?

Graph B

10. Describe the other three graphs.

11. What are possible situations for graphs B, C, and D?

did u get the awnsers?

Brad sells each cup of lemonade for $0.50 he wrote.

**Answer:**

What are we supposed to solve??? its incomplete

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Draw diagonals ACand BDon rectangle ABCD. Measure and record the lengths of the diagonals.

**Answer:**

Diagonal Length

AC 7.21

BD 7.21

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Answer:**

Diagonal | Length

AC | 7.21

BD | 7.21

**Step-by-step explanation:**

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The images are similar. The scale factor is 3/4, but may also be 4/3 depending on which image is the original one. I would go with 3/4.

[(2r^2t)^3/4t^2]^2 simply

**Answer:**

=4r12t10

**Step-by-step explanation:**

what do reflections have that dilation do not

**Answer:**

A reflection is the same just on the opposite side a dilation enlarges or enhances it along with flipping it thats what makes them different please give me brainliest.

dose anybody know this? could you provide the step by step

17 people because if they spend $300 the equation 300=5p+215, then subtract 215 on both sides then it would be 85=5p and then you divide 5 by 85 and you have 17 (sorry if i’m wrong!)

What is the factorization of the expression below?

25x^2 - 36

A. (5x+6)(5x-6)

B. (5x-6)(5x-6)

C. (5x- 4)(5x-9)

D. (5x + 4)(5x-9)

i think its D????????????????????????

5x5 = 25

9 x 4 = 36

- and a + equals a -

5x5 = 25

9 x 4 = 36

- and a + equals a -

Answer: The answer is A, (5x+6)(5x-6)

Step-by-step explanation: The negative and positive 6 will cancel out the regular X, meaning that 25x^2 and -36 are the only numbers left.

Slope 6, passing through (-4,2)￼￼￼

y=6x+26

y-y1=m(x-x1)

y-2=6(x-(-4))

y-2=6x+24

y=6x+24+2

y=6x+26

y-y1=m(x-x1)

y-2=6(x-(-4))

y-2=6x+24

y=6x+24+2

y=6x+26

Select each polynomial expression that could be factored by grouping.

**Answer:**

The 2nd and 3rd option

**Step-by-step explanation:**

They can be separated into 2 pairs and factored

3x + 2y + z = 7 2x + 3y - z = 8 5x + y + 2z = 11

**Answer:**

x = 3, y = 0, z = −2

**Step-by-step explanation:**

can u guys help with my one question i have left

**Answer:**

Weeks in a Year. A normal year has 365 days, which is 52 Weeks and 1 Day. A leap year has 366 days, which is 52 .

**Step-by-step explanation:**

hope this helps :)

**Answer:**

I think 6

**Step-by-step explanation:**

365/12=30.42

30.42/5= 6.08

The temperature at 6:00 am in New York was -7 °C. At 2:00 pm the

temperature in New York was 7 °C. What was the change in the temperature

temperature?

**Answer**

**10 degrees c**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

14 degrees Celsius because to get from -7 to 7 you need to add 7 to get to 0, then another 7 to get to 7.

Look at the table. Bob ran 3 miles in 18 minutes. Complete the table:

**Answer:**

**First one, Third one, Fifth one, and the last one too.**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Answer:**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

First, make a ratio:

18 min/ 3mile = 6 min/mile

now multiply to finish the table:

1: 6

3: 18

5: 30

10: 60

25: 150

b) Simplify 2-(3-a) = -4

**Answer:**

-1+a

**Step-by-step explanation:**

2-(3-a) = (2-3-(-a)) = -1+a

**Answer:**

a=-3

**Step-by-step explanation:**

First off subtract 2 from both sides:

-(3-a)=-6

Then distribute the negative:

-3+a=-6

Finally add 3 to both sides:

a=-3

tadah!!

Hope that helps.

What is the volume of the cylinder below

**Answer:**

I think d or b

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Answer:

c

Step-by-step explanation:

A store sells new video games for $45 each. Used video games sell for $18 each. Alex is buying 2 new video games and x used video games. Which equation can be used to find y, the total price Alex must pay in dollars?

**Answer:**

u = t/18 - 5

**Step-by-step explanation:**

45n + 18u = t where t is the total price, n is the number of new video games, and u is the number of used video games

plug in two:

90 + 18u = t

solve in terms of u:

18u = t - 90

u = t/18 - 5

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The area of the triangle below is 2/5 square foot.

What is the length, in feet, of the base of the

triangle?

**Answer:**

B. 2/3

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The equation for area of a triangle is A=1/2bh

so we can plug in what were given

2/5 =1/2(6/5)b now we solve for b

2/5=6/10 b

2/5 divided by 6/10 =b

2/5 x 10/6 =b

4/6=b

2/3=b

Kelsey buys several pairs of uniform pants for $17.95 each, and a sweater for $24. Jeana shops at a different store and buys several pairs of uniform pants for $18.95 each, plus a sweater for $18. They set up the situation with the equation below, where x is the number of pairs of pants. Is there a situation in which they pay the same amount for their purchases? Which statements are true? Select all that apply.Kelsey buys several pairs of uniform pants for $17.95 each, and a sweater for $24. Jeana shops at a different store and buys several pairs of uniform pants for $18.95 each, plus a sweater for $18. They set up the situation with the equation below, where x is the number of pairs of pants. Is there a situation in which they pay the same amount for their purchases? Which statements are true? Select all that apply.

**Answer:**

If both Kelsey and Jeana purchase 6 pairs of uniform pants then they would pay the same amount for their purchases.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The information provided is as follows:

Kelsey buys several pairs of uniform pants for $17.95 each, and a sweater for $24. Jeana shops at a different store and buys several pairs of uniform pants for $18.95 each, plus a sweater for $18.The variable *x* is the number of pairs of pants.

The total cost function for Kelsey will be:

[tex]TC_{K}=17.95\cdot x+24[/tex]

The total cost function for Jeana will be:

[tex]TC_{J}=18.95\cdot x+18[/tex]

Consider that both pay the same total cost for their purchases.

Compute the value of *x* as follows:

[tex]TC_{K}=TC_{J}[/tex]

[tex]17.95\cdot x+24=18.95\cdot x+18\\\\18.95\cdot x-17.95\cdot x=24-18\\\\x=6[/tex]

Thus, if both Kelsey and Jeana purchase 6 pairs of uniform pants then they would pay the same amount for their purchases.

Which relation is also a function?

{(-1, 3), (0, 2), (3, -1), (3, 2)} {(2,-4), (2,-2), (2, 1), (2, 3)}

{(0, 3), (1, 2), (1, 4), (2.1)}

{(-4,-3), (0.-3). (1, -3), (4, -3)}

**Answer:**

{(-4,-3), (0, -3,) (1, -3), and (4,-3)}

**Step-by-step explanation:**

There can only be one y- output for each x-input. Every other answer is a relation because there are multiple y-values for an x-value.

**Answer:**

The second one.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

A function can have two of the same inputs, but not two of the same outputs.

In the first one, the output 2 is found more than once.

In the third one, the output -3, is also found more than once.

The second one has completely unique numbers for both the input and output.

Which list shows the numbers below in order from least to greatest? −5.9, −234, 5.78, 58%−5.9, −234, 5.78, 58% −234, −5.9, 58%, 5.78−234, −5.9, 58%, 5.78 −5.9, −234, 58%, 5.78−5.9, −234, 58%, 5.78 58%, −234, 5.78, −5.958%, −234, 5.78, −5.9

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Lucia wishes to advertise her business, so she gives packs of 6 red flyers to each restaurant owner and sets of 4 blue flyers to each clothing store owner. At the end of the day, Lucia realizes that she gave out the same number of red and blue flyers. What is the minimum number of flyers of each color? Flyers

**Answer:**

12

**Step-by-step explanation:**

No. of red flyers = 6

No. of blue flyers = 4

We need to find the minimum number of flyers of each color if she gave out the same number of red and blue flyers. For this we must find the LCM of 6 and 4.

Prime factorization of 6 = 2×3

Prime factorization of 4 = 2×2

Lowest common multiple of 6 and 4 = 12

**Hence, there are 12 minimum number of flyers of each color**

Write the inequality. Lawyers work up to 80 hours a week. (Use x for your variable)

X is less than or equal to 80. Hope this helps and sorry I didn’t use the sign, I don’t have it on my keyboard.

Match the equation on the left with its solution(s) on the right.

x^2=25 is -5,5

(x+2)^2=169 is -15, 11

x^2-49=0 is -7, 7

-5x^2=-500 is -10, 10

(x+2)^2=169 is -15, 11

x^2-49=0 is -7, 7

-5x^2=-500 is -10, 10

Flavia needs to build a fence around her dog house, as illustrated on the coordinate grid below. If each unit represents 1 foot, what is the total length of Flavia’s fence in feet?

**Answer:**

I would say your answer is (D

Find the value of x so that line m is parallel to line l.

Explanation:

The angles shown are same side interior angles.

For line L to be parallel to line M, the same side interior angles must be supplementary, or they must add to 180.

28+(3x+14) = 180

28+3x+14 = 180

3x+42 = 180

3x = 180-42

3x = 138

x = 138/3

**x = 46**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

the angles are same side interior angles and because of that they are supplementary and add up to 180°

(3x + 14) + 28 = 180°

3x + 14 + 28 = 180

3x + 42=180

3x=180-42

3x= 138

divide by 3

x = 46

m= -(4+ m) + 2

m=

what’s m?

**Answer:**

m = -1

**Step-by-step explanation:**

m= -(4+ m) + 2

Distribute

m = -4-m+2

m = -2-m

Add m to each side

m+m = -2-m+m

2m = -2

2m/2 = -2/2

m = -1

The value of x must be greater than

O 0

O 1

O 3

O 7

3 Because the length of the two would not have to make it seven so it’s got to be three

What two important inventions did the people from this region share with society?
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Pb12 (s) = Pb+2 (aq)+2 ]- (aq)
Consider a second-price, sealed-bid auction with a seller who has one unit of the object which he values at s and two buyers 1, 2 who have values of v1 and v2 for the object. The values s, v1, v2 are all independent, private values. Suppose that both buyers know that the seller will submit his own sealed bid of s (and will keep the item if bid s wins), but they do not know the value of s. The buyers know that the seller must submit his bid before seeing the buyers bids and they know that the seller will actually run a second price auction with the three bids he has: his own bid and the two buyers bids. Each buyer knows his own value but not the other buyers value.Now suppose that the seller opens the bids from the buyers and then submits his own bid after seeing the bids from the two buyers. The seller runs a second price auction with these bids in the sense that the object is awarded to the highests bidder (one of the two buyers or the seller) and that bidder pays the second highest bid. Now is it optimal for the buyers to bid truthfully; that is, should they each bid their true value? Give a brief explanation for your answer.
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